EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Poland. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Poland’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
In 2016, the Polish information technology (IT) sector was responsible for somewhere between 1.4% and 3.2% of the country's GDP – depending on data source and the definition of the IT market – while the entire information and ...READ MORE
Food manufacturing is one of the key branches of the Polish economy as food output accounted for 11% of the country’s GDP in 2016. Poland has traditionally been a farming country but it has recently started to shift its focus on healthier and ...READ MORE
The coal mining sector accounts for just over 1% of Poland’s GDP, but it remains important for the labour market as it employs over 80,000 people. Admittedly, this number is far below that of nearly 160,000 when Poland joined the European Union ...READ MORE
The chemical industry as defined for the purpose of this report consists of the chemicals, rubber and plastics sectors. It is one of the vital parts of the Polish economy, as shown by these segments' combined sold production-to-GDP ratio at 7.4% in ...READ MORE
In 2016, the Polish telecommunications sector was responsible for around 2.1% of the country's GDP, while the entire ICT sector accounted for 5% of GDP and employed around 203,200 people. The Polish telecom market is a mature one, with high ...READ MORE
The beverages industry is among the most important sectors of the Polish economy, according to our estimates, responsible for around 3% of GDP and a major provider of jobs. The alcoholic beverages Subsector alone generates more than 300,000 jobs. ...READ MORE
Poland's retail sector is well-developed and has provided a good springboard not only for its representatives, but also for the economy as a whole, as it cushioned the slowdowns in the last two economic cycles. The sector employs around 18% of the ...READ MORE
The wood, paper and furniture industry is one of the key ones in the Polish economy, generating around 6.5% of the country’s GDP. The sector’s exports constitute around 11% of the country's total exports and are of major importance - ...READ MORE
The consumer electronics and household appliances sectors are defined by the Polish government as sectors of major importance for the economy, which best describes their current state of development. Many international producers, such as Bosch, ...READ MORE
Poland’s banking sector is well capitalised and non-volatile, relying mostly on traditional products. Even though Poland remains significantly underbanked compared to the EU average, the country's banking sector plays a very important role for ...READ MORE